ShareFile

ShareFile

Web site: www.sharefile.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: File Backup and Sync
Platform: Android, iOS, web interface
License: Proprietary, Trialware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: ?
First release: 2005
Rating:  star  star  star  star

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ShareFile – a file sharing, sync solution, secure content collaboration, cloud-based storage, virtual data rooms and client portals. It is a secure, cloud-based platform for businesses to store and share large files.

Goals:
– Securely store, send and sync—without the restrictions
– Seamlessly connect to your content wherever it resides
– Streamline collaboration with customizable workflows and a powerful Office 365 integration
– Gold Star Security
– Encrypt Your Emails
– Legally Binding E-Signatures
– Custom Client Portal
– Streamlined Co-Editing and Co-Authoring

A 30 day trial is available to give it a try.

The ShareFile is build by Jesse Lipson in November 2005, and in October 2011, ShareFile was acquired by Citrix Systems.

Columba

Columba

Web site: www.columbamail.org (not active)
Category: Network
Subcategory: Email Clients
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, Windows
License: Mozilla Public License
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Java
First release: September 2005
Rating:  star  star  star

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Columba – an email client written in Java, featuring a user-friendly graphical interface with wizards and internationalization support. Its a powerful mail management tool with features to enhance your productivity and communication.

Features:
– SMTP, POP3 and IMAP access support
– SSL and TLS transmission cryptography support
– GPG message cryptography support
– Bayesian spam filter, powered by Spam Assassin
– address book with automatic address collection and completion
– support for importing mailboxes
– email filtering
– virtual folders
– multiple skins, including GTK+ integration
– internationalization and localization to more than 10 languages
– calendars

Columba requires a Java 1.4 or later compatible virtual machine for your operating system (Java 1.5 is recommended).

The last version of Columba 1.4 was released in 2007.
The project developer is Frederik Dietz and Timo Stich.

Abaco

Abaco

Web site: lab-fgb.com/abaco/
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web Browsers
Platform: Linux, Plan 9
License: Lucent Public License
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C
First release: 2005 ?
Rating:  star  star

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Abaco – a multi-page graphical web browser for Plan 9 intended to retrieve and display web pages while trying to be as congruent as possible with system. It is a multi-threaded and modest-sized program. Abaco supports most of the HTML 4.1 standard, including frames, tables and other tags.

Abaco uses webfs presents a file system interface to the parsing and retrieving of URLs and also handles cookies. Abaco uses it to fetch URLs, to find their content type and to get the actual URL if a redirection has occurred.

Abaco is written completely in C and the program source is small, currently con­ sists of less than eight thousand lines of code. It avoids code duplication by interacting with set of existing Plan 9 utilities and a file server. Abaco is constructed by a set of corroutines, two threads and two processes.
There is a thread for mouse and another for the keyboard. There is also a process that awaits for messages from the plumber and another process used as a timer. These coroutines use channels to communicate with each other.

Flock

Flock

Web site:
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web Browsers
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: ?
First release: April 11, 2005
Rating:  star  star  star

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Flock – a freeware, modern web browser with the built-in ability to keep you up-to-date with your Facebook and Twitter friends.

The first versions, up to 2.6.2 of Flock used the Gecko HTML rendering engine by Mozilla.
Starting with version 3, Flock was based on Chromium and so used the WebKit rendering engine.

Features:
– an online clipboard that allows you to annotate paragraphs, images, and links that you find interesting
– a log editor that lets you write posts for WordPress, Blogger, or Livejournal, both if you’re online or off
– a mini-app that lets you add photos to Flickr, Facebook, and Piczo without leaving your browser
– a feed reader supporting Atom, RSS, and Media RSS feeds
– support for third-party add-ons

The latest version of Flock web browser was released in 2011.

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Loqui

Loqui

Web site: sites.google.com/site/loquiircen/
Category: Network
Subcategory: IRC Clients
Platform: Linux
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: ?
First release: 2005 ?
Rating:  star  star  star  star

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Loqui – a IRC/chat client based on GTK+, supports multiple servers and multiple protocols, has and the common buffer (a buffer to show messages on the channels that not currently selected).

It also has a friendly multipane interface, you can easily use it.

Loqui is a IRC Client that has following features:
– Connect to multiple servers
– The view that outputs all messages on other channels (call “Common Buffer”)
– Window has 4-views (Message of the current channel, nick list, channel list, “Common Buffer”)
– Multi-protocols

Nicotine

Nicotine

Web site: www.nicotine-plus.org
Category: Network
Subcategory: Peer2Peer Client
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Python
First release: Februar 13, 2005
Rating:  star  star  star  star

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Nicotine – a graphical client for the SoulSeek peer-to-peer system. Written in Python, the graphical interface was created using PyGTK.

Nicotine+ is an attempt to keep Nicotine working with the latest libraries, kill bugs, keep current with the Soulseek protocol, and add some new features that users want and/or need.

Nicotine was created on the base of the PySoulSeek program. Hyriand, the author of Nicotine, after the release of version 1.0.8rc1 (later renamed to 1.0.8), began working on a new client for the Soulseek network called Museek.

Due to the lack of new versions of Nicotine, daelstorm created a fork called Nicotine+, in the assumption of which is adding new functionality and supporting the latest version of the Soulseek protocol.

The current main developer is Michael Labouebe (gfarmerfr).

rTorrent

rTorrent

Web site: rakshasa.github.io/rtorrent/
Category: Network
Subcategory: p2p Clients
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like
License: GPL
Interface: ncurses
Programing language: C++
First release: January 25, 2005
Rating:  star  star

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rTorrent – a Bittorrent client which uses ncurses and is ideal for use with tmux, screen or dtach.

Starting from version 0.9.7+ it has a built-in daemon mode disabling the user interface, so you can only control it via XMLRPC. It supports saving of sessions, allows the user to add/remove torrents, and scanning of directories for torrent files to seed and/or download, and much more.

The project founder is Jari Sundell.

WinWGet

WinWGet

Web site: www.cybershade.us/winwget/
Category: Network
Subcategory: Download Managers
Platform: Windows
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: ?
First release: 2005 ?
Rating:   star  star

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WinWGet – an open source and free aapplication which offers a GUI (Graphical User Interface) for WGet. It will keep track of your downloads – add, clone, edit, delete jobs. It will not make coffee for you! It is expected from you to know what options you need, yet it comes with reasonable defaults.

Features (GUI and wget):
– Threaded jobs
– Monitor Clipboard for URL’s (or new URLs only)
– Resume for downloads
– Mozilla integration through ‘Download with’ extension (command line URL)
– Mozilla integration through ‘Launchy’ (sample launchy.xml file)
– Jobs export into HTML file
– Predefined user-agents (IE, Mozilla, Opera, Flashget, MediaPlayer and etc…)
– Support for asp/php redirection and http authentication
– Multiple ftp files/dirs download (? and * chars)
– Bit rate limit (download speed)

The interface is available only for Windows OS.
The latest version of WinWGet 0.20 beta was released in 2005.

SIC

SIC

Web site: tools.suckless.org/sic/
Category: Network
Subcategory: IRC Clients
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like
License: MIT
Interface: CLI
Programing language: C
First release: 2005
Rating:  star

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SIC – an extremely fast, small and simple irc client. It reads commands from standard input and prints all server output to standard output. It consists of less than 250 lines of code. It is the little brother of irc it.

It also multiplexes all channel traffic into one output. That way you don’t have to switch different channel buffers. So that’s actually a feature.

KTorrent

KTorrent

Web site: www.kde.org/applications/internet/ktorrent/
Category: Network
Subcategory: p2p clients
Platform: Linux, OS X, UNIX-like
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++
First release: 2005
Rating:  star star  star  star  star

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KTorrent – a BitTorrent application by KDE which allows you to download files using the BitTorrent protocol. It enables you to run multiple torrents at the same time and comes with extended features to make it a full-featured client for BitTorrent.

KTorrent supports basic features such as downloading, uploading and seeding files on the BitTorrent network. Other additional features and intuitive GUI should make KTorrent a good choice for everyone. Some features are available as plugins hence you should make sure you have the ones you need enabled.

Main features of KTorrent are:
– Queuing of torrents
– Global and per torrent speed limits
– Previewing of certain file types, build in (video and audio)
– Importing of partially or fully downloaded files
– File prioritization for multi-file torrents
– Selective downloading for multi-file torrents
– Kick/ban peers with an additional IP Filter dialog for list/edit purposes
– UDP tracker support
– Support for private trackers and torrents
– Support for µTorrent’s peer exchange
– Support for protocol encryption (compatible with Azureus)
– Support for creating trackerless torrents
– Support for distributed hash tables (DHT, the Mainline version)
– Support for UPnP to automatically forward ports on a LAN with dynamic assigned hosts
– Support for webseeds
– Scripting support via Kross and interprocess control via D-Bus interface.
– System tray integration
– Tracker authentication support
– Connection though a proxy
– Scripting support via Kross and interprocess control via DBus interface.
– In addition to the built-in functionality, there are some plugins available for KTorrent.

The KTorrent authors are Joris Guisson and Ivan Vasić.